Meet Our Concierge Account Manager: Paul Incorvaia
Paul Incorvaia is a Concierge Account Manager here at ACV from Buffalo, NY. He enjoys live music shows, is a frequent traveler, and enjoys giving back to the community. Read more about Paul below.
Where did you grow up?
Born and raised in Buffalo, NY.
What do you enjoy about working at ACV?
The atmosphere is positive, the people are encouraging and we push each other to do better. It’s exciting to work for a company updating an old industry. It’s exciting to see what we’re all working towards is becoming such a success.
What was your journey to joining the automotive industry?
A friend of mine reached out and told me about ACV. I found out that it was quickly growing and I really liked that it was a startup company. Here we’re getting into something that no else has done. I like that I’m doing sales for vehicles instead of people.
What were you doing for work before ACV?
I started working at a pharmacy doing inventory management, but I wanted to branch into sales, so I joined a travel nursing agency. I was a recruiter for them, where I filled open hospital positions for nurses.
What’s your dream car?
I’ve always an wanted an electric car. They look sleek and they’re spacious. My favorite is the Volt. I don’t trust the self-driving ones though.
What are some things you do outside of work?
I like live music and shows. I’m an outdoorsy person. It’s also important for me to give back to the community.
Who are some of your favorite artists?
I really like Phish, Childish Gambino, and The Strokes. I’ve been going to see a lot of jam bands lately. I also love live jazz.
What’s an interesting fact that most people don’t know about you?
I travel a lot. I’ve been to Columbia, Lake Tahoe, San Diego, Mexico, St. Lucia, Cancun, Clearwater, Tampa, Miami. I like to go to the adirondacks, Boston, Chicago, Cleveland, Louisville, middle of nowhere in Tennessee.
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